Roland-Garros ratings / Tennis / Roland-Garros / SOFOOT.com

Roland-Garros ratings / Tennis / Roland-Garros / SOFOOT.com

Game, set and match. Roland-Garros is over for this year. If you wanted a list with a bit of novelty, you missed it. Rafael Nadal lifted his 14th Musketeers Cup despite stepping into coal tar. Despite the gossip, the French won (in juniors and in women’s doubles, but it still counts). From Gillou to Lady Di, via Nelson and Coco, we are redoing the fortnight!

Rafael Nadal

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To have a place for the men’s final of Roland-Garros, it costs an arm. Winning the tournament costs a foot. Expensive paid…

Daria Kasatkina

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Princess

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Untouchable, no one seemed able to stop its progress until it crashed on the mountain of Iga. Lady Darya.

Martina Trevisan

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In the Trevisan family, I ask for the person who is capable of brilliant blows, but who struggles when the level rises sharply. Stephen? No, Martina.

Coco Gauff

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The American hadn’t dropped a single set in the fortnight… And then she was beaten up in 1h09 by Swiatek on Saturday. Before undergoing the law of the duo Garcia / Mladenović on Sunday. Nutty finals for Coco.

Iga Swiatek

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Lady Igaga does not need Poker face : we knew she was the best, and she won. But the Polish doesn’t care. the highlight of his weekend was to see Robert Lewandowski in the stands, and nothing else.

Garcia/Mladenovic

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“Bring the cup home. Come on Blues come on. Six years later, it’s time. Come on Blues come on. Who controls the field? Mladenovic. Kristina Mladenovic. With her we are serene. Garcia. Caroline Garcia. » MG Dream.

Novak Djokovic

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If there was a vaccine to beat Rafael Nadal at Roland-Garros, the Serb would have injected it a long time ago. Except that even when he seems to have found the antidote, the Spaniard mutates the following year.

Richard Gasquet

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Getting eliminated in the second round to slip into consultant slippers on the terrace of France TV, why not. But still it would be necessary not to have followed the Robert Pirès Academy. Pump up your voice, Richie!

Jelena Ostapenko

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The Latvian has already won Roland-Garros, but it didn’t make as much noise as when Alizé Cornet ejected her in the second round in night session. Too many decibels for her. Timo Werner.

Leolia Jeanjean

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The Artist

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Younger, it was said of her that she had the seed of a star. But don’t swear to anything. In a galley of cash, she was finally able to throw away her little handkerchiefs by showing The Artist which lies dormant in her during her first Grand Slam at 26 years old. Jean-Jean Dujardin.

Gilles Simon

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Pablo Carreño Busta’s Spain wanted to send him into early retirement, but he fought his best battle to postpone the deadline. Zizou Simon who will, for sure, also be a very good coach.

Alexander Zverev

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fall

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It spoke of him as a future winner after seeing him hit hard on his opponents. Except that finally the Z broke the mouth at the last moment. The (Re)conquest will have to wait a little longer.

Marin Cilic

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Popeye thought he was the toughest sailor because he eats spinach and has big biceps. But that was before he saw Cilic sending pralines on serve and on every shot. Problem, his strikes pass through the ghost Casper.

Casper Ruud

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Reaching the final by dismissing Hurkacz, Rune and Cilic is a bit like reaching the Champions League final by beating Inter, Benfica and Villarreal. And in the end, you lose against a Spaniard. Dur.

Diane Parry

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Magical

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Lady Di was able to keep calm until the third round, despite the “Here is Parry” and the “Parry is magic” do you want some, here are some in each of his matches. And that’s even more impressive than beating Krejčíkova or Osorio.

Zheng Qinwen

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At 19, she showed that the future of tennis will be written with her by taking out Simona Halep – winner of the 2018 edition – and being the only one to have taken a set from Iga Swiatek. A feat greater than the 14 titles of Rafael Nadal. So let the Zheng zoom zoom.

Holger Rune

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8 then 3

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By hitting Denis Shapovalov and Stefanos Tsitsipas, he had put the world of tennis in his pocket. Until he shows his huge nerve by accusing Ruud of being unsportsmanlike. Djamel Belmadi in NextGen version.

Nelson Monfort

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34e Roland-Garros for the immense Nelson. Always there to collect a reaction at the edge of the court or to whisper in the ear of the VIPs. Just as comfortable when he leads the tour of the Place des Mousquetaires. The Porte d’Auteuil master key.

Carlos Alcaraz

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Legend has it that it was impossible to escape from Alcatraz prison. And soon it will also be impossible to escape the clutches of Alcaraz.

Jo Wilfried Tsonga

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If not for a failing shoulder, he could have pushed Ruud into the fifth set. But GI Jo left arms in hand, after 18 years of career. It was long. It was good. The only hitch: the dubious tribute from the France TV team. Hide a player.

Amelie Mauresmo

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“Right now, men’s tennis offers more appeal. » Seeing the French take the direction of Roland-Garros, the women’s circuit hoped to be respected at its fair value and to be put on an equal footing with the men’s circuit. Missed.

By Quentin Ballue and Steven Oliveira

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